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I brought my 09 Hyper 1100S home today and did a close inspection of it.Love the bike! But the tool kit and it's location made me laugh.Someone in Bologna has a sense of humour.:D
 

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Yeah, the rubber o-rings that hold it in are even funnier. Plan on finding another method of securing it as the o-rings break.

I used those plastic-cover wire ties that come with kids toys holding the product in the packaging.

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Yeah, the rubber o-rings that hold it in are even funnier. Plan on finding another method of securing it as the o-rings break.

I used those plastic-cover wire ties that come with kids toys holding the product in the packaging.

Dave
congrats on your bike... but, there's a tool kit? where?
 

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congrats on your bike... but, there's a tool kit? where?
Inside of the left fairing panel behind the forks.There are 3 1/4 turn push pins.It's attached to the inside of that panel.
 

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wait until you actually have to get in there when your on the road, its a pain, my rings already broke too and its only 6 months old
 

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wait until you actually have to get in there when your on the road, its a pain, my rings already broke too and its only 6 months old
That shitty tool kit is pretty worthless. The tools provided are not even up to Chinese quality standards. Better off putting together a small assortment of good tools like a mini T handle with sockets, folding allen wrenches, screw driver, pliers, tire plugs and some zip ties. On longer trips, a small air compressor can save the day too.
 

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I replaced my Ducati tools with some that I found in my Erector Set from 1978buried in a dark closet in my parents basement. :abduct:

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